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Márta Sebestyén

Márta Sebestyén
Country
Hungary
Profile
Márta Sebestyén is a world-renowned vocalist from Hungary, often collaborating with the band Muzsikás.
Website
http://sebestyenmarta.hu
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Releases on file (2)
Various Artists — Periferic 2000 Folk-World-Ethno from Hungary Various Artists — Periferic 2000 Folk-World-Ethno from Hungary
(Periferic BGCD 052, 2000, CD)
Vujicsics Ensemble — 25 Vujicsics Ensemble — 25
(Vujicsics 005, 1999, CD)

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